Regulatory Services Supervisor - Local Laws and Parking

Job No: BDBRC823
Location: Bundaberg

$74,043 per annum + super + benefits
Health and Regulatory Services Branch
Community & Environment
Bundaberg Region

About Us

Are you ready to join our team and build Australia's best regional community?  

Here at Bundaberg Regional Council, our vision is bold but simple, to build Australia’s best regional community. In order to achieve this, we’ve created a culture that’s centered on our core values. To be a Council that is customer-focused, respectful and prides itself on teamwork, diversity, sustainability, and innovation. 

Uniquely positioned north of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia, the Bundaberg Region is one of Australia’s fastest-growing regional cities and the gateway to the Southern Great Barrier Reef. The Bundaberg Region boasts the most equitable climate in Australia and rates fifth in the world alongside Hawaii. Noted for its environmental excellence, pristine waterways, and proximity to the Great Barrier Reef, the Bundaberg Region showcases everything that nature’s palette can create. 

About The Opportunity 

To build Australia's best regional community we are establishing Australia’s best Regulatory Services team.

Your role as a Regulatory Services Supervisor - Local Laws and Parking, you will provide specialist local law and parking advice, undertake service and local law reviews and oversee the effective delivery of local law and parking services. To provide direction, leadership and mentoring for Local Law & Parking staff to maintain service excellence and the accurate, timely, thoughtful and effective response to customer requests. Your approach will have to balance both an educational and enforcement approach to ensuring protection, promotion and improvement of public safety for the community within the Bundaberg Region.  

About You

  1. Tertiary qualifications with a focus on local government investigations and compliance and/or relevant and demonstrated experience in a related and transferable field.
  2. Knowledge of or the ability to quickly acquire knowledge of general and parking related local laws and applicable state legislation.
  3. Proven supervisory experience in effectively managing and directing staff.
  4. Demonstrated ability to use project management methods to achieve key outcomes.
  5. Demonstrated experience in undertaking regulatory investigations thoroughly.
  6. Well-developed written and verbal communication and effective negotiation skills.
  7. Excellent work ethic and demonstrated ability to lead a team culture, by example.
  8. Demonstrated high level of skills with computers and office related software.
  9. Demonstrated high level skills and experience in conflict resolution.
  10. Hold a "C Class driver's license.
  11. Live and uphold the Council's values.


  1. Experience with automated parking technology and ability to investigate viability for BRC.
  2. Well-developed problem solving and research skills with the ability to provide detailed operational advice and direction to local law staff.
  3. Experience in building and maintaining external relationships with counterparts in other local governments, applicable state agencies and community organisations.
  4. Demonstrated knowledge of or ability to acquire knowledge of Council work practices, policies, procedures and guidelines.
  5. Experience in completing prosecution paperwork to a high standard.

What We Offer

  • An attractive remuneration salary with options for salary sacrifice, up to 12% Superannuation contributions, 17.5% leave loading.
  • Nine day fortnight, including regular long weekends.
  • Opportunities for professional development training and study assistance to enhance your career progression.
  • Work within a culture that promotes a healthy work-life balance, flexible working arrangements and a friendly and supported team.

The Selection Process

We celebrate our community's rich diversity and are committed to attracting and employing people that represent the community that we serve.  We recognise and appreciate the diversity of our employees and are committed to creating an inclusive and safe working environment where all employees are valued, respected and supported to achieve their potential. We are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and encourage people of all backgrounds to apply.

The preferred candidate will be required to undertake a National Police Clearance and Pre-employment Medical (including drug and alcohol testing).

How to Apply

Council reserves the right to commence shortlisting prior to the specified closing date.

To apply or find out more about the Position Description or our Benefits, Rewards and Recognition and our Diversity & Inclusion Strategy visit our Careers with Council webpage.

Closing Date: Wednesday 15 February 2023 11:30pm AEST

Thank you for your interest in this position.  We look forward to receiving your application.

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